..The context of the Lord's prayer would appear to be Jesus asking for a spontaneous cry from the heart, of what is here, now. Instead there is often dumb repetition of merely what He said there, then.
Well, what is temptation?
eg. rather than concentrating on what we are saying (as if we are talking to G-d meaningfully), we might be thinking about what we are having for dinner etc.
..and BTW, G-d is not in need of our prayers, but we are in need of cultivating our relationship with Him.
I like the OP by @ben
He starts off by quoting "Isaiah" from the OT.
He also suggests that if One G-d would suffice, then a second or third would be supperflous.
If One G-d was not sufficient, He is not perfect and could not be consider a deity